This week, FNC's Chris Wallace hosts a highly spirited debate between James Capretta (Ethics & Public Policy Center) and Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel (Former Adviser to President Obama on Obamacare). WALLACE: All right. So, let's start with that pledge from the president when he was trying to sell ObamaCare. Here it is. (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)
Pat Caddell, Doug Schoen and former Rep. John LeBoutillier (R-NY).
BILL KRISTOL: Can't we say that, in fact, it is not true that if you like your doctor you can keep your doctor? If you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan? That premiums won't go up? And these are things-- DAVID AXELROD: No, no. BILL KRISTOL: -- that are already evidently not the case. DAVID AXELROD: No, no.
SCHIEFFER: Maybe I was thinking about that movie "Dumb and Dumber," but as I watched the disastrous rollout of Obamacare, coming as it did on the heels of the Republican shutdown of the government, the phrase that kept running through my mind was "worse and worser." Is "worser" a word? Well, actually, it is. We looked it up. The shutdown was the wo
STEPHANOPOULOS: And begin with this book and try to clear some things up. First of all, the bottom line on this potential switch between Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton, research was done, correct? PFEIFFER: Correct. STEPHANOPOULOS: But what happened next? PFEIFFER: This was never seriously considered. Never taken to the president. I can tel
MITT ROMNEY: Perhaps the most important lesson the president, I think, failed to learn was, you have to tell the American people the truth. And when he told the American people that you could keep your health insurance if you wanted to keep that plan, period, he said that time and again, he wasn't telling the truth. And I think that fundamental dis
STEPHANOPOULOS: You faced some questions this week about your speeches and whether or not you were committing plagiarism, after reports that language in some of your speeches was lifted directly from Wikipedia, including from our colleague, Jorge Ramos, of Fusion. Here's what -- that exchange. (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) JORGE RAMOS, FUSION: They a
The Meet The Press roundtable discusses the rollout of Obamacare, reflects on the 2012 election, and considers next week's elections in New Jersey and Virginia.
Scott Brown, Julie Pace, Karl Rove, and Evan Bayh discuss the problems with the president's healthcare rollout.
Matthew Dowd, Van Jones, Jonathan Karl, and Peggy Noonan discuss the president's disastrous fifth year in office.
CBS News' John Dickerson and Jan Crawford are joined by the Washington Post's David Ignatius and the New York Times' David Sanger to discuss the problematic debut of Obamacare and the overseas outrage sown by NSA surveillance programs.